I’m livid. Why in tarnation would a grocery store rearrange without consulting us.
I just ran over to Jiggly Wiggly the way I do about six times a week to pick up a few things. I only needed Tabasco, Pam spray and peanut butter-all staples in my diet. But guess what. None were where they were supposed to be, and not a single employee knew where they went!
People were wandering around in a daze. It was like a nation of aliens snuck in under the cloak of darkness and moved your cheese.
Why would a grocery store do such a dastardly thing?
I can usually buzz over to the Jiggly during a commercial break of my favorite TV show, pick up what I need, and be back home before the ad has ended.
Not today. I was so angry, I left the store and went to Kroger which is much farther away. I would protest publically, except that I like the Jiggly employees so much. They don’t like it either.
I suspect someone has bought out Jiggly and have on good authority that the name may be changing. I’m thinking “buy-out” which may be okay if they keep my friends.
Thankfully, Kroger doesn’t mess with our lives so callously.
My question is, why in the world would a store do such a thing? I figure they think I will buy more if I’m forced to travel down aisles I’ve never visited – like the baby products section. What need do I have of baby wipes which are next to the Pam.
I guess they both contain oil. Stupid, stupid, stupid.